Personal Details of Siobhan Baillie
Full Name: Siobhan Kathleen Baillie
Marital Status: Married
Place of Birth: North Yorkshire, England
Left School at the Age of 17
She announced on 1st February 2020 that she is expecting the first child.
Early Life and Career
Engaged as: Legal Secretary
Education: Attended a Law School
Worked Earlier as Councilor, Family Law Solicitor and Worked for Charity Cause.
Year of Qualifying as a Family Law Solicitor: 2010
Charity Work: Worked for OnePlusOne as the Head of Policy and Communications
Early Political Career as a Councilor
Worked as: Councilor
Place of Working: London Borough of Camden
Year of Service: 2014-2018
Wards Served: Frognal and Fitzjohns
Early Political Career as an Opposition Member
Service: Served Children, Schools and, Family Scrutiny Committee
Year of Service: 2016-2017 (Civic Year)
Presided Over: For Examining the Mental Health Service Proviso for Youth
General Elections 2017
Contested for: Bermondsey and Old Southwark Seats
First Two Candidates were: Labor and Liberal Democrat Candidates
Secured: 13% of the Votes
Also Contested For Hampstead and Kilburn Constituencies
Result: Was not Chosen
General Elections 2016
Stood For: Barnet and Camden London Assembly Seat
Result: Was not selected
Present Political Career
Chosen as: Conservative Party Candidate
Date of Selection: 31st July 2018
Earlier Supported: UK EU Membership Referendum (2016) – the UK with European Union
But Later Supported: Brexit during the Election Campaign
General Elections 2019
First woman elected as MP for Stroud Constituency.
Elected as: Member of Parliament
Votes Secured: 3.840 that is 5.8% of the Votes
Took Up the Office: 12 December 2019
Official Website: https://www.siobhan4stroud.com/
Seat Earlier Chaired by David Crew of the Labor and Cooperative Party ever since 2017 General Elections
Siobhan Baillie Invited Prime Minister – Boris Johnson to Pay a Visit to the Slimbridge Flamingos
Siobhan Baillie requested the PM to visit Slimbridge’s ‘well-known magnificence of flamingos’. She got the opportunity as the Stroud MP to question the PM at the PM’s questions conference.
The Stroud MP stated that on the occasion of World Wetlands Day she has a wonderful WWT Slimbridge headquarters in her constituency. She inquired that will PM visit the famed Slimbridge’s Flamingos and what he has to say on the environment bill for wetlands and wildlife.
In response to her questions, the PM stated that he is wishing to see his honorable friend’s renowned glitzy flamingos at the very first chance. He also said that the environment plan identifies biodiversity frameworks on a legal grip and whether the flamingos are included or not, he does not know.
The PM comes to the House of Commons for ‘prime minister’s questions’ every Wednesday afternoon each week. The opportunity of asking a question to the PM is greatly valued. The names of the MPs are drawn out in a weekly lottery.